Sexiest Man Alive 2017: 10 interesting facts you didn't know about Blake Shelton

Published: 15th November 2017 12:03 PM  |   Last Updated: 15th November 2017 12:39 PM  

American singer Blake Shelton has just added another title to his name and that is ‘2017’s Sexiest Man Alive’. Here's a list of 10 things you didn't know about him. (Image Courtesy Twitter @blakeshelton)
He is also known for his role as a judge on the televised singing competitions Nashville Star, Clash of the Choirs, and The Voice. (Image Courtesy Twitter @blakeshelton)
When Shelton was only 14, his older brother Richie Shelton died at age 24 in a car accident. Shelton co-wrote “Over You” with his ex-wife Miranda Lambert for Richie. (Image Courtesy Twitter @blakeshelton)
He got his first guitar lessons from his uncle and wrote his first song when he was 15-years-old. (Image Courtesy Twitter @blakeshelton)
His first number 1 single was “I Wanna Talk About Me.” His best known songs are “Some Beach,” Kiss My Country Ass,” “Drink On It,” and “Hillbilly Bone.” (Image Courtesy Twitter @blakeshelton)
The song, “The House that Built Me,” was supposed to be sung by Blake Shelton, but it was given to Miranda Lambert and became a Grammy-winning hit. (Image Courtesy Twitter @blakeshelton)
The singer revealed in an interview with Rolling Stone that the album, which dropped in 2016, was heavily influenced by all the changes in his life that transpired over the past year. (Image Courtesy Twitter @blakeshelton)
Shelton confessed to his beauty pageant days in an interview with Entertainment Tonight where he revealed his mom would mostly enter him in the pageants for the talent portion. (Image Courtesy Twitter @blakeshelton)
Blake Shelton has quite the potty mouth and is known for swearing constantly on twitter, in interviews, and on the set of The Voice. (Image Courtesy Twitter @blakeshelton)
A fan once terrified him by giving him an iguana as a gift. (Image Courtesy Twitter @blakeshelton)
On a related note, Shelton’s latest album, 'Texoma Shore', was number one on Billboard Top Country Albums this week. (Photo | AP)
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